If you've always wanted a magnificent Japanese Maple but don't have the space, 'Shaina' is here to accommodate. A miniature version to maybe 4 feet tall and wide in 15 years that was discovered as a broom mutation on the ever-popular 'Bloodgood', Shaina is perfect for small garden spaces and containers. 'Shaina is Hebrew for "beautiful' and boy does she life up to her name. New leaves emerge a bright red maturing to deep red in spring then turning to a burgundy to light red in summer. With the arrival of cooler temperatures in fall the leaves become a brilliant crimson-red shades. As with its parent this one tolerates full sun however might appreciate some filtered sun or shade in the hottest afternoon hours in the South. Get all the details below!